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2.Sturm might have offered statistics, quotations byexperts on the issue, or comparisons with other types oflyrics.3.Sturm doesn’t offer a precise definition of “explicit lyrics.”He does offer examples of content of explicit lyrics inparagraph 4. Readers may need a more precise definitionto agree or disagree with Sturm’s position.5b1.Sturm regards explicit lyrics as harmful and detrimentalto children. Possible words and phrases to highlightinclude hateful content (3), repulsive ideas (4), andmusic that fuels negative and harmful thoughts (5).Self-Check Answers252
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2.Sturm uses both fact and opinion, but the essay reliesheavily on opinion. Facts: 2. Opinions: 3–5.3.Sturm’s audience is the general public, possibly parentsof children under 16.4.“Explicit music” is a euphemism for music with lyricsabout sex or violence. 5. Sturm appeals to the need toprotect the innocent and values of gentlemanliness andsocial constraint.5c1. Answers will vary.2. Answers will vary.3. Answers will vary.Self-Check Answers253